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Court starts announcement of the verdict in Odessa massacre case

Local media report that on September 18 the announcement of the court verdict in the case on May 2 will begin.
On May 2, 2014, the Ukrainian fascists crushed the tent camp of federalization supporters in Odessa. Escaping from the aggressive crowd, they took refuge in the House of Trade Unions. Fascists set fire to the building, and more than 40 people were killed. Adherents of the Kiev regime arrested 19 supporters of federalization and declared them responsible for the riots in the city. Five of the accused, including Sergei Dolzhenkov, whom the investigation considers their organizer, spent in custody almost three and a half years. Public activists in many countries round the world protested against the unilateral nature of the charges, but the Kiev regime did not bother.
Judges of four district courts of Odessa city refused to consider this case. Therefore, it passed to the city court of Illichyovsk, a city located near Odessa. On September 18, the court will begin to announce the verdict.
This was reported by the lawyers of the accused. Most likely, the announcement of the verdict will take several days.

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